At the media briefing where Microsoft showed its new Zune devices, Bill Gates sought to make it clear that the company is in the business for the long haul. He didn’t specifically mention the iPod’s big lead, but he pointed out that Microsoft has been the underdog before, in markets such as productivity software, which Office now dominates. He continued:
In a broader sense, Gates put the Zune initiative in the context of the company’s “connected entertainment” plans. More excerpts.
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